Condensate chambers are used as a barrier between the main line and the secondary instruments in the measurement of steam or other vapors which condense to a liquid state insuring compatibility with the secondary instruments. They can also be used to cool down very high temperature liquids. Seal pots are installed where the line fluid is corrosive or viscous to the extent where it cannot be permitted to contact the secondary instrument. (transmitter or gauge) thereby acting as a liquid barrier between the line fluid and the condensate.
Seal pots/Condensate chambers are available in carbon steel to ASTM A 106 with Zinga coating equivalent to hot dip galvanized, Epoxy, Silver Coat etc. Stainless Steel to ASTM A 312 Piping code, P22 and other alloy steel fabricated from Seamless pipe with inside cleaned and checked to assure desired volume. Standard pipe sizes are 2″ to 6″. Connection fittings are NPT or welded socket adaptors, Butt Weld etc. The half coupling connections are jig welded inside and out at 90 degrees to assure safety, provide proper alignment and ease the task of installing.